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and rendered a verdict upon topless photos of miss california. >> the pictures taken were acceptable. they were fine. in many cases they were actually lovely pictures. >> at number two, the last samurai. a kansas city man this week entered a chicken joint carrying his own utensils. his order, though, was not for a three-piece dinner box with a couple of sides. it was for all the money in the register. was no one harmed in this throwback 12th century japan-style robbery, one had to wonder how much sweeter this could have been if only the young samurai had come dressed as gumby. ♪ gumby's a pal for you >> and the number one story of the week. >> governor, we also have fewer horses and bay ononbayonets. >> an illuminating debate over 19th century warfare and 20th century board games. >> the question is not a game of battleship. >> you sunk my battle suspect. >> when mitt romney wasn't agreeing with the president profusely -- >> i want to underscore the same point the president made. i felt the same a the president did. i supported his action there. >> i think romney's leaning obama. >> he was ac
spots, one including areas that don't usually see a lot of rain, southern california. let's start you with the cold weather from the great lakes to the northeast to the ohio valley. some of the coldest air of the season this morning. we also got a little surprise wet snow in these areas in the upper peninsula of michigan and northern portions of wisconsin. look at these windchill temperatures this morning, even with the sun up now, it shows a windchill of 28 in detroit. this is some cold air. it will warm up this afternoon with a good deal of sunshine. now i take you to southern california, and rain is a big deal in southern california, especially some of the first rain of the season. it is now just off the coast of malibu and heading for los angeles and long beach. i think you're morning commute is going to be a wet one in a few spots there near l.a. that's always a hairy ride. a nice warm-up after a chilly start on the east coast. looking ahead to tomorrow, that wet weather that's down there near los angeles begins to drift into the middle of the country. it's really not until satur
monica, california. a crowd of college students urging them along, the two democrats who are now in the same district because of redistricting, so they're both incumbents fighting each other nearly came to blows. >> when in reality, see, he's either delusional or -- [ cheers and applause ] wrong. >> the official records of congress. don't get in my face. you want to get into this? >> calm yourself. >> so they calmed down after that. lest you think these are two buddies just kind of tangling a little bit, politico has called this one of the ten nastiest races in all of the country this year. afterward the campaign manager for congressman berman told the newspaper that congressman sherman was challenging him to a fight. campaign consultant for sherman called that ridiculous, said it was berman who initiated the exchange. there you go. american politics. >> it ain't taiwan. >> no. what is, though? >> i served with both of those guys. >> did you? intense? >> not like that. i think the only time i saw two guys punching it out on the floor were when -- who was it -- jim moran and duke
it with a joystick in california. >> this is offensive to me. you do it with a joystick in california and it seems so antiseptic, it seems so clean, and yet you've got 4-year-old girls being blown to bits because we have a policy that now says, you know what, instead of going in, take the risk to get the terrorists out of a karachi suburb, you blow up everybody around them. this is what bothers me. the fact there was such -- there was weeping and gnashing of teeth for eight years over our antiterror policy. we would go in, grab the bad guy, take him to a site, interrogate them, this one person, get information from them, we would build a case, figure out where the next terror attack was coming from. that is over. those days have -- we don't -- we don't -- we kill them and everybody around them. that's hypocrisy if we don't face that. nobody wants to talk about it because they want to be tougher on how many bad guys we can kill. >> first of all, we've never gone into karachi or a big city like that. >> where was ksm apprehended. >> in karachi but we never sent drones. >> of course we did. >> listen --
less cost, whether it's kaiser permanente, very good in california, people making $300,000, $400,000, sign up. they're much cheaper than the california average and the national average. >> senator, are we talking shorthand about the fiscal cliff, if you could explain to the viewers essentially what would happen on new year's eve coming up if we don't address it and fix the problem, what would it look like? >> what would happen it would be that taxes for everybody would go up, not just for people above $250,000. we'd have huge cuts not just in defense but across the board. and at a time when the economy is still slowly climbing out of that deep hole, it could put us right back in there, so it's very serious. i am an optimist. i think we're going to solve this problem in the lame duck, and here's why. it's sort of -- the people who have stood in the way, obviously this is my judgment, more than anybody else are the hard right republicans. but there are two groups in the senate and house of republicans. there are no more moderates, good bless susan collins, but there are mainstream
anonymous. a guy with a strange name in california and another guy who specializes in attacking groups, a crazy pastor in florida who likes to provoke the muslims produce a movie. who paid for it? how was it financed? why are they keeping quiet about it? what was its intent? just to amuse? no. clearly to provoke violence and killings. isn't that a conspiracy. i would like us to take a more explicit position to the muslim world. we are not going to condemn this but if there are evil forces at work trying to provoke violence between us and you we have the obligation to investigate and crack down. >> to add to the list of trouble spots, pakistan, what is going on there? we haven't heard much about it recently but we still have what 70,000 troops in afghanistan. there is scenarios they are going to get out in 2014 or sooner. what is going to happen there? >> i think probably an extension of the mess. pakistan is a combination of 21st century armed forces with nuclear weapons. >> lots of them. >> roughly in 19th century democracy like the british and the top and the bridges within have suit
davis takes a nostalgic visit to the family's private hideout in california. >> mika, what you and bill do after air, stays off air. bill, please, just talk weather. >> i thought that was between us. well, good morning, everyone, here's what we're dealing with this morning, amazing with the low clouds and the drizzle. we don't have airport delays only at newark. the cloud ceiling isn't all that low, but it is kinds of a gloomy day, trying to push now through hartford and eventually up toward boston. it's a beautiful tuesday in the great lakes, it's also a cold start in the northern plains, look at the windchills this morning, all the way to billings, it feels like a winter morning out there, it's going to be cloudy and cool throughout much of the week throughout much of the country. you're waking up to a beautiful day from texas all the way to arizona. and on the west coast, you're looking good, but things are about to change a little bit. if you're joining us in los angeles, you may actually have some showers in your forecast, it's been a majorly dry period of weather the west coast ne
they or their families have an interest in. the practice is legal, under ethics rules. in one case, a california congressman helped get tax breaks for racehorse owners and bought seven horses after the breaks began. >> my goodness. hey, with us now, let's go to politico's -- >> at least try to hide it. >> come on, exactly. at least break a sweat trying to scam us. it mays us feel cheap and dirty. >> do the dog track instead of the horse track. >> just lie to us a little bit. i feel so dirty. you know who else makes us feel dirty, mika? >> filthy, actually. >> j-mart. >> gives me the skeeves. >> look at that. come on, baby. >> joining us now, politico's jonathan martin. >> i bet he was a deejay, too. >> we'll start with your lead story this morning about why this week's vice presidential debate could really matter, as you skeeve me out. >> thanks, mika. there are three big reasons. first of all is the president's denver dud. i think there's more pressure now on biden to stand and deliver. the second thing is that paul ryan is somebody who is that rare vice president who it's his policies that pre
there and some rain. but the rest of the country looks gorgeous. warm air from california all the way through texas through the southeast. check out these temperatures. this looks like a map you'd see maybe in september instead of the middle of october. 94 in phoenix, 83 in kansas city, enjoy a great day from dallas all the way through atlanta. probably be one of the warmer days we have for a while. you're watching "morning joe" on this tuesday morning, we're brewed by starbucks. humans -- even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why, at liberty mutual insurance, auto policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what else comes standard at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? to compete on the global stage. what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs without enough college graduates to fill them. that's why at devry university, we're teaming up with companies like cisco to help make sure
through california with some snow at the high elevations. but this is beautiful fall weather in new england. the leaves are nearly at their peak. it's just gorgeous out there. you had a very nice weekend. that should continue through much of the week. middle of the country is very warm. but especially in the northern plains to the midwest, we could add showers and thunderstorms today and even a couple days this week around chicago, detroit, kansas city and st. louis. but the warmth is the big thing. it ends as we head towards friday. cold air plunges down from canada. now, at the same time, we have something developing in the tropics. of course, people in florida know even in october you can get hit by these storms. this should become tropical storm sandy this week heading over cuba somewhere near the bahamas as we go throughout next weekend. and some of our computers are hinting it could scoot up towards the mid-atlantic and new england this time next week. so we are going to need to watch this closely. of course, the hurricane season still continues even as the weather gets colder
they taped this last month at his home in california. they focus grouped it in florida and ohio and said it tested off the charts with the voters they were trying to reach. so this is a little bit of vindication for clint eastwood, and it's a little vindication for the romney folks who put him on the convention program and got so much bad press for that. >> this is in the state of ohio, a lot of people think that's where this race will be won. how close is it according to polls you're looking at? our last nbc poll had it five points. is it closer than that? >> that's probably about right. the romney folks will tell you that obama, the president, has an edge there. and here's something important to remember. there's been a lot of republican possibly irrational exuberance with the surge that mitt romney has seen in the polls. but here's a problem. mitt romney has not put away a single one of the most crucial states. and you get to be president by winning states, not debates. so mitt romney still has an electoral map problem. and glen tlesh and jonathan martin were the first ones to remind
romney's allies went on television in california, they wouldn't be inclined to play defense there. they feel a little bit of vulnerability in those states. and again, if you take the non-battlegrounds, expand the map a little bit to include pennsylvania, minnesota, and maybe michigan, it's a much different calculation. >> karl rove is going to be putting up ads in pennsylvania now, the president is putting up ads in pennsylvania now. >> yep. >> suddenly the keystone state is the final week out up for grabs. why? not up for grabs yet, the polls show it close. but both sides realize that it's not safe anymore. >> what's the big deal to last week, we have enough money to go there. it's not the money on television, that's not nothing, it's the candidate's time, joe biden going to scranton. i suspect if things keep on the current trajectory, the president might have to go to pennsylvania, bill clinton might have to be there repeatedly. every day they're spending in pennsylvania is a day they're not spending in ohio. the republicans believe, not just rove's group, but some of the others
. apparently they jumped another 20 cents in california. this is not that great of an economy. >> nobody is playing "happy days are here again." >> as you play the majs of mitt romney. he has the white sid burns. does he color his hair? i'm being sear. if he does, can we trust the guy? i'm sorry. why hasn't anyone asked that question? >> don't go to me on this. >> i have people ask me every day, why do you have donny cot the on the air? >> do you want a president of the united states who colors his hair? >> oh, my god. >> let's go to mike barnicle, ronald reagan colored his hair for 80 years. that's good. >> is that a yes? >> we don't know. >> mike, really quickly i want to touch on what jim has been talking about, the column was talking about, what a lot of middle swing voters in america are concerned about. that is that washington hasn't worked over the past four years. when you have a new guy coming in and doesn't just talk about changing the tenor of washington but can say, i was a republican governor in a state that was 87% democratic in the legislature. i passed a health care refor
about you're interested in proposition 32 in california. talk about that. >> well, it's the same -- putting on the ballot what they were trying to do in wisconsin with the unions. we were built on the union way. so it's a pretty simple thing to do. it's written in the same legalese you have to wade through. be grateful to that teacher that you had in the ninth grade that would make you read latin. >> there are some that are pretty comfortable with it. >> stephen stills of crosby, stills and nash, thank you so much. finishing up their 2012 world tour at new york city's beacon theater. it's great to have you on the show. >> well, thank you very much. >> getting up early for us. >> remember to vote. we had a great week. i thought the president was funny last night. >> i did, too. >> you can vote now in a lot of states. >> there you go. thank you so much. good advice. up next, business before the bell with brian sullivan. [ female announcer ] want to spend less and retire with more? at e-trade, our free online tools and retirement specialists can help you build a personalized plan an
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